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Old 11-17-2018, 04:56 AM   #1
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Default SIR crankshaft tool

Grasping at straws but anyone in the Portland area that has the SIR tool for securing harmonic balancer for removing the crankshaft bolt? Rent , barter, or trade for beer or???
Thanks so much!!!!!
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I use a pin to lock the flywheel - the tip is 0.307 diameter and 0.392 in length, the next section is 0.452 in diameter and 1.577 inches in length. The next larger section doesn't matter.

You might get away using a 5/16" drill bit or an 8mm bolt.

I was concerned that I'd be stressing the crankshaft, but I've used it several times now with no ill effects, and I've read accounts of others doing likewise.
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